A Night with Bryan White at the 318 Cafe
Bryan Whites prolific recording career began in 1994 with the release of his self-titled certified-Platinum debut followed by back-to-back platinum selling albums Between Now and Forever (1996) and The Right Place (1997). He released six No. 1 singles So Much for Pretending, Sittin on Go, Im Not Supposed to Love You Anymore, Rebecca Lynn, Someone Elses Star and From This Moment On, which he recorded with Shania Twain along with eight more Top 40 singles.
His list of honors include a Grammy, recognition from the Country Music Association (1996 Horizon Award winner) and Academy of Country Music (1996 New Male Vocalist winner) plus five CMT Awards, Canadian Country Music Awards and TNN/Music City News Awards. In 1998, White was voted one of People magazines 50 Most Beautiful People.
His songwriting credits include cuts with Wynonna, LeAnn Rimes and Joe Diffie, while Sawyer Brown (I Dont Believe in Goodbye) and Diamond Rio (Imagine That) both reached No. 3 on the charts with songs penned by White.
Whether hes on stage at the Opry or somewhere in Asia, White has secured a spot in the musical landscape of country music. Hes always been known as a singer and a songwriter namely grooves and melodies and now hes also regarded for his work producing other artists in the studio. Since first making his way to Nashville, White has grown and matured as an artist.
White is fortunate to have established a legacy thanks to the U.S. fans who initially supported him.
Now his newfound success in the Philippines has taught the married father of two to never hesitate when it comes to writing and recording music with broader brush strokes. He recently returned to Manila to celebrate the one-year anniversary of #AlDub the affectionate nickname for the love affair of Alden and Yaya Dub and is finishing up work on an EP he said is inspired by his success in the Philippines. The release will feature an acoustic version of God Gave Me You along with a pair of new tracks Never Get Around to It and Finally Home and might include an additional live bonus track.
I never would have foreseen this, White said. I had this experience early in my career, and didnt think it could happen again. Its infused me with a renewed sense of energy and gratefulness and its made me want to write more.
He added, Its a blessing knowing your music has traveled so far and is still taking me places.
The 318 Cafe (View)
318 Water St
Excelsior, MN 55331
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